Alberni Men’s Golf Club Captain Steve Acland

Men’s golf wraps up

Another successful Alberni Golf Course Men’s Club season has come to an end.

Another successful Alberni Golf Course Men’s Club season has come to an end, with the wind-up on Sunday.

The Charity Closest to the pin was a huge success this year: $1,000 was raised by the men and donated to Ty Watson House.

The top gross winner with 71 was Ted Stewart, followed by Steve Acland shooting 74, Cory Neilson 75, Sam Parhar 78, Jim Proteau 78 and Preben Rasmussen  with 79.

On the net side it was Mel Trelvik 64, Dan Goddard 64, Jack Sparks 66, Gord Unger 67, Bill Bjornson 68, Vic Carlton 68, Ron Clark 68, Wayne Johnston 69, Steve White 70 Ron Barker 70, Dave Mann 70 and Glen Barton 72.

Closest to the pin winners were Bill Johnson on No. 2, Steve White on No. 4, Sam Parhar on No. 13 and Brian Tall on No. 17.

Many thanks go to club captain Steve Acland and his committee for a job well done.

We would like to thank Bruce MacDonald and Brian Rands in the pro shop and a special thank you to Kathy MacDonald.

Also we would like to thank all our sponsors for the support they have given us this year.

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